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SHARP.
Instruction Manual & Warranty
Thank
you for your
purchase
of
this
quality
clock. The utmost
care
has gone into
the design
and
manufacture
of your
clock.
Please
read
these
instructions
carefull
y
and store
the
m in a
safe place
for
future
reference.
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BATIERY COMPARTMENT
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BACK
FEATURES
Super Accu rate
Time -
Radio ccntrolled
Optional
12
or
24
hour
Time format
Automatically
Updates
for
Day
Light
Savings
Time (DST)
Constant
Month,
Day
&
Date
Display
Constant
Moon
Phase Display
Constant Indoor Temperature
Display
eonstar1t Outdoortemp·erature1.:>isptay-
43SMHz transmission
from
a wireless remote sense
(included).
Min/Max
Temperature
History
Constant Alarm Time
Display
Dual
Alarm with Repeat
9
Minute Snooze
Backlight
on Demand
for
Nighttime
Viewing
Low
Battery
Indicator
for
Outdoor
Sensor(s)
Requires
2
"AAA"
Batteries
for
(Sensor)
and
3 "AAA"
Batteries for
(Main
Unit)
LCD DISPLAY SYMBOLS
1.
nme
2.
PM
Indicator
3.
Alarm1 /Alarm2 ON
indicator
4.
Time Zone
Indicator
5.
Daylight
Savings
Indicator (DST)
6.
Radio signal strength
Indicator
7.
Dayoftheweek
8.
Moon
Phase
9.
Month
10.Date
11.
lndoortemperature
display
12.0utdoor
temperature display
7
13.Low battery indicator
(outdoor
sensor)
14.Alarm1
/Alarm2 time display
15.
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Hour Indicator
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INSTALLING OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES
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12
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Important: Be sure to
install
the
batteries in
the
remote
outdoor
temperature
sensor first
before
installing
the batteries in the
clock.
Al
ka
line batteries
are
recommended for both
the
sensor and
I.be
clock
.
To install the batteries in the
remote
outdoor
temperature
sensor:
Begin
by unscrewing
the
battery compartment ccver on
the back of
the sensor
(as shown in
the
below
diagram)
Insert two AAA batteries
(not included)
into
the battery compartment and make sure the
polarity
is
correct
by following the(+
or-) symbols engraved
inside.
Make
sure
that the
outdoor sensor is setto
Channel 1
(inside the battery_
ccmpartment
there
is a
switch with three different channel
options).
You MUST
set
the
switch to Channel
1.
Replace the battery
ccmpartment ccver.
When the batteries in
the
sensor
beccme
low,
a low battery indicator symbcl will appear below
the
channel indicator on the clock
display
(see
the
diagram
abcve).
To install the batteries in the clock:
Begin by opening
the battery ccmpartment ccver on the back of the clock (as shown
in the
below
diagram)
Insert three AAA
batteries
(not
included)
into
the battery ccmpartment and make sure the polarity
is
correct
by following the(+
or-) symbols engraved inside.
Replace
battery
compartment ccver
door.
Replace
the batteries whenever the display becomes dim or
difficult
to
read.
Battery Warning
:
Set Switch to
Channel
1
Do
not
use
rechargeable
batteries.
Non-rechargeable batteries
are
not to
be
recharged.
Different
types of batteries or new and
used batteries
are
not to
be
mix.
Only
batteries
of
the
same or
equivalent
type
as
recommended are to
be
used.
Batteries
are
to be
inserted with
the
ccrrect
polarity.
Exhausted
batteries
are to be
removed
from the
product.
The
supply terminals are not to
be
short-circuited.
Do not
dispose of
batteries
in
fire
;
batteries
may
explode or
leak.
Adult
assembly
required
to
replace
and
remove
batteries.
SELECTING THE TIME ZONE
The
default
time
zone is Pacific
Zone.
If your location is
not in
the Pacific Time
Zone,
please
choose
the
correct time zone by
pressing the
[SEARCHITIMEZONE]button:
P
=Pacific,
M
=Mountain,
C
=Central
,
E
=Eastern.
RADIO CONTROL ED TIME FEATURE
Once
the
batteries are
installed,
the clock will
begin
to
seek out the
radio
signal to
update the
time.
This typica lly takes aproximnrty 20
minutes
in
good
conditions.
If
after 20
minutes the
signal
has not
been
received,
we
recommend
that
you set the
time manually.(See
the section entitled 'Setting the
Time
Manually'.)
After
the
first
signal
is received
,
the clock wi
ll
automatically seek out the
atomic
clock
signal from Fort
Collins, Colorado each evening at 2:00AM
&
B:OOAM,
and each day at
2:00PM
&
B:OOPM
and continues
to do
so each
day.
SETTING
THE
TIME
MANUALLY
NOTE:
It
is
reccmmended that for
the first
use
of
the
clock, you
set
the
clock manually
and then allow
- - -
the
Radio
Control
signal to update
the nme
Setting each
day.
To
set
the
time
press
and
hold down the
[TIME-12124HR]
button for2
seconds,
and
release
button when
the
hour
digits
will begin to
blink.
While
the hour
is blinking
press the
[ADJUST/CHANNEL]
button
until
you
reach
the
desired
hour. Be
sure
to set the
time
to the
ccrrect
AM
or PM
hour
shown
by
the indicator
to the left of
the
time
Press
the
[TIME-12/24HR]
button again and the minutes
will begin
to
blink.
While
the
minutes
are blinking press
the
[ADJUST/CHANNEL]
button
until
you
reach
the desired minute.
Once you have
set the
desired time press the
[TIME-12124HR]
button
again.
The
time
is
now
set
and
will return
to normal time
keepi
ng
mode.
Note:
In
normal
lime
keeping
mode,
pressing the
[TIME-12/24HR]
button will toggle between the
12 and
24
hour
formats.
When
you
are
in
the
24
hour format
a 24
hour
indicator symbcl will appear
abcve
the
time.
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1.
Year
2.
Day
3.
Moon phase
4.
Month
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Date
6.
Daylight
Savings
Time Indicator
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To
set
the
calendar,
press and
hold
cbM1
the{CALENDAR-C/F] button for
2
seconds and
release button when the
year
will
begin to
blink
(see the
diagram
above)
While
the
year is blinking
press the
[ADJ UST/CHANNEL]
button
until
the
clock
displays
the
correct
year.
Note:
This clock has a perpetual
calendar that
extends to
the
year
2049.
If you
mistakenly go past the
ccrrect
year just continue
to press the
ADJUST/CHANNEL
button and
the year will cycle back to
2000.
Press the
[CALENDAR-C/F]
button
again,
and
the
month
will
begin
to
blink.
While the month
is
blinking press the
[ADJUST/CHANNEL]
button
until
you reach the
correct
month.
Press
the[CALENDAR-C/F]
button
again,
and
the date will begin to
blink.
While
the date
is
blinking
press the
[ADJUST/CHANNEL]
button until
you
reach
the correct
date.
Note:
The
day of the week and the moon phase
will
adjust themselves
automatically
depending
on what
year,
month
&
date
you
enter.
Once
you have set
the
calendar
press the [CALENDAR-C/F]button
again.
The
calendar
is now
set and
the
clock
will return to normal lime keeping
mode.
ABOUT
THE DAYLIGHT
SAVINGS TIME
(DST)
This clock has
been pre-programmed to
automatically
switch when
daylight
savings time
is
in
effect.
Your
clock will show
"DST"
on the display during this
time
(see
the
diagram
above).
Please
note:
With
the
pre-programmed DST
feature,
if you
live in
an
area where
Daylight
Savings Time
is
not observed
,
the lime display
on your
clock
wi
ll read+/-
one
hour
during the
DST
lime
period.
SETTING THE ALARM
In normal
time keepi
ng
mode,
press the
(ALARM1/ALARM2]
button
to
toggle between both
Alarm
1
lime and
Alarm
2
time In
lower~ght
portion
of
the
display.
Press the
(ALARM1/ALARM2] button until
the
alarm
you
would
like
to set (1 or 2) is shown on the
display.
To
set
the
alarm
time,
press
and
hold
the
[ALARM1/ALARM2]
button for 2
seconds.
The
alarm
hour will
begin to
blink.
While the alarm
hour is blinking press the
[ADJUST/CHANNEL]
button until you reach
the
desired alarm
hour. Be
sure to set
the alarm
lime to the correct AM or
PM
setting shown
by
the indicator
to the
left of the alarm time (see the diagram above)
·
Press
the
[ALARM1
/ALARM2]button again
and
the alarm minutes will
begin
to
blink.
While the
alarm minutes are blinking press the
[ADJUST/CHANNEL]
button until you
reach the desired
alarm
minute.
Once
you
have set the desired alarm time press the
[ALARM1/ALARM2]
button
again.
The
alarm time
is
now set and the
clock
wi ll return to normal time keeping
mode.
Note: To
set
the
2'"
alarm press the
[ALARM1/ALARM2]
button
until
the
2"'
alarm
time
is
shown
on the
display.
Follow
the steps above to set the
2'"
alarm
time.
1.
Alarmnme
2.
Alarm
1 ON
Indicator
3.
Alarm 2
ON
Indicator
4.
AlarmAM
5. Alarm
PM
6. Al
arm
(1 /2) Time Indicter
USING
THE ALARM AND SNOOZE FUNCTION
To activate alarm 1,
press the
[ALARM
1
ON/OFF]
button.
The
following symbol will appear
above the time
(ALM
1
(11.,11
)
To
activate alarm
2;
press
the
[ALARM 2
ON/OFF]button.
The following symbol will appear
above
the
lime
(
1
11
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ALM2)
To
deactivate
either
alarm,
simply press
the
[ALARM
1
or ALARM
2
ON/OFF]
buttons and the
symbcl above the time will disappear.
Note:
The
snooze
function
will be on
automatically
after activating
the
alarm
.
To
activate
the snooze
function when
the alarm
sounds, just
press
the
[SNOOZE/LIGHT]
button.
The
alarm will stop sounding and then sound
again in
9
minutes.
This can be repeated up to
4
times
after
which the alarm will
not
sound
again until the
following
day.
When the Ala
rm
sounds, the
LED backlight
will stay on
for
5
seconds.
UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENT MOON PHASES
Your clock
will
show
you
the phase
in
which the moon
is in
that
day.
Below
are the
different
moon
phases
that can
be
displayed:
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WANING
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QUARTER WAN!NG
CRESCENT

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